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An accompanying aioli is spiked with fennel pollen, the licorice fairy dust believed to have healing powers by ancient civilizations.
The country is awash in spice, from the pungent, bright yellow turmeric to the bitter licorice taste of fennel seed, from the heady and aromatic nutmeg to the sharp warmth of ginger.
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The flavor is where the difference screams through loud and clear: the licorice flavor of the fennel plays off the grassy freshness of the celery, and it's all drawn together by olive oil and lemon juice.
There was some coffee, licorice, vanilla and a slight tartness in the background, which was a good characteristic.
What's in season: Normally in season during the cold winter months, fennel is known for its bright, licorice-like notes.
The mouthfeel is a little thin, with a light taste of sweet, syrupy vanilla that finishes with licorice and raisins.
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